Eric Cooper Jr
6'4" - 190lbs
Pepperdine Univ. ‘19 

A high-level IQ player w/ a quick release; excellent 3point & midrange shooter; Can get shot off from catch, pick & roll or by putting ball on the floor; Well coached defender on team D; Handles the ball well enough as the PG; Made 84 3-ptrs, Ranking 3rd in Pepperdine single-season history; Led West Coast Conf in 3FG% (41.8%) & 4th in 3FG made/game (2.5).  Scored in double-figures 19x; Had season-high 23 points vs. Idaho St. (11/26). Made at least four 3pt shot 10x; made 6 against Cal St Dom. Hills (11/7) & five at USF (2/14); Had streak of 16 gms w/ a 3FG, tying the 10th-longest in program history; Highs of 6 rebs (2x), 2 steals (4x) & 39 min vs. USF (3/9); Avg 10.3 points in the 4 games at the WCC Tourny; Led Nevada in 3FG made in ’15 & ‘16, with 56 in ‘15-16 & 38 in ‘14-15; Helped UN win the ‘16 CBI Tournament.

Ronnie Rousseau III
5'10" - 160lbs
Univ. Antelope Valley
Missouri State ‘20 

Named NAIA All-American; Named CalPac ConferenceMVP Player of the Year;1st Team All-Con ference; Named to ‘20 NAIA All-Star Game West Team;Won Conference Championship (undefeated); Team was Ranked in Top 10 in the Nation; won the first game of the National Tournament, before cancelled by Covid; Named NJCAA ’16 All-American while playing at State Fair Jr. College 

6’8 - 230    
Univ West Georgia ’17

Mt. San Antonio College to the South Coast Conf Championship.  He was named California JC Coaches 1st Team All-American; Named Conference Division Player-of-the-Year.  Led the Conf. in FG% at 65.8% Started all 29 games for Mt. SAC, leading to a 27-2 record.  He helped lead W. Georgia to Gulf South Conference Championship in 2016; Named MVP of the ‘19 Hoop Kinect FIBA Showcase in Las Vegas.  During the 2020-21 season, Shannon led the A-League in Georgia in Blocked Shots and finished in the Top 5 in Rebounding, FG% and Double-Doubles.

Chris Johnson
6’2" - 190LBS

Univ. Antelope Valley ’20 

A very strong point guard that is able to distribute the ball, get to the rim and finish and be the best defender on the court!  Chris possesses a Swiss Passport; He was selected as 2020First Team All CalPac Conference; Conference Defensive Player of the Year; Chris amassed 80 steals this season, the 2nd highest total in Cal Pac Conference history; Ranked #1 in Conference Steals & 11th in Assist to Turnover ratio (1.53); Ranked 4th in Nation in total steals (80) & 7th in average steals. Won Conference Championship (undefeated); Team was Ranked Top 10 in the Nation; won the 1st game of the National Tournament, before cancelled by Covid 

Brandon Franklin
 6’3” - 190lbs
Pacific Union College ’18  

 Brandon is an athletic combo guard that will bring a high level of leadership to any basketball club.  He can score from the perimeter, off the dribble, as well as in the post; He brings high energy to every practice and to every game; He has very active hands, a  very long wingspan at 6’6”, has catlike quickness and is a constant threat for steals in the passing lanes.In 2019-20 He Led Hafenbude Baskets Fortuna in both Scoring (20ppg) and in Assists (7) as well leading the team to the most wins in club history and highest finish in the league in club history; During 2018, as a Sr., Brandon was selected an All-Conference Player; In the 2017 Season, he helped lead Pacific Union to a California Pac Conference Champion.  Brandon is a seasoned player who is able to adapt to any foreign culture and create a positive and winning environment on and off the court with his leadership! 

6’5” - 190


Ivan is very athletic SF, that is able to play both inside and out; he is a very active rebounder, who has a nose for the ball and is a great teammate on and off the court; Defensively, he is able to defend both guards and forwards on the perimeter and is an excellent shot blocker; He is a very athletic and finisher inside; Named 1st Team All-Conference for 2021 season, as he Ranked #1 in Blocks, #2 in Steals & #5 in Rebounding; In 2020, he set the Cal-Pac Conference record for the most blocked shots in a single season and was named Cal-Pac “Newcomer of the Year” for 2020 season Conference. 

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